Good and true newes from Redding, Being an exact relation of the proceedings of his Excellence the Earl of Essex, since he advanced from Windsore, the true estate of the siege, what number of men slain, what workes his excellency hath gained from the enemy, in what possibility he is of taking the town, faithfully related. With a true relation of the accesse of forces to the Lord generall, since his going before Redding. Printed at the desires of many, to un-deceive the people, from the lying reports raised by malignants.
Printed for J. G. to be sold at the Galley in Corn-hill,
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